A Handbook for Pilots, Mechanics, and Managers
Order #: T-INAIST-0101
14 chapters | Photos & illustrations | Index
Edited by Kevin High and David Jones
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This book introduces aircraft to students in any aviation-related track of study, whether they are future mechanics/technicians, pilots, or aviation managers. High school programs will also find this book useful for teaching the basics about aircraft.
Readers get an excellent overview of aircraft structures and systems. And a substantial portion of the book is devoted to reciprocating and turbine powerplants and the systems that support them. Similar books offered in the past are out of print, out of date, and some ignore turbine engines. Throughout, this book explains the newest technologies and the tried-and-true ones that are still used. It is easy to understand, heavily illustrated, and has many photographs—all to enhance learning.
- Aircraft Structures
- Flight Controls and Flaps
- Electrical Systems
- Hydraulic Systems
- Landing Gear, Wheels, Tires, and Brakes
- Fuel Systems
- Cabin Atmosphere
- Instrument Systems
- Ice, Rain, Smoke, and Fire Protection Systems
- Aircraft Powerplants Overview
- Reciprocating Engines
- Reciprocating Engine Systems
- Turbine Engines and Systems
- Aircraft Maintenance and Documentation
Introduction to Aircraft Structures, Systems, and Powerplants – Student Workbook